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How to run HelloWorld example in GlassFish Tools Bundle For Eclipse Version: 1.2

 
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Hi all,

I'm new to EJB. I'm reading the book 'Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0'. I tried to run the HelloWorld example in chapter 3, but I couldn't see the text 'hello()' & 'Hello World' in the eclipse console context. I also tried to open the glassfish log file, it didn't show neither. Would you please help me to solve this problem?

Thank you in advance.

The following are the source code:





 
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Do you have Glassfish runtime plugin installed in eclipse? I think the Tools bundle just hold the ways to manipulate the services of Glassfish.
 
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Hello,
in eclipse you have to add to classpath the jar "glassfish\modules\gf-client-module.jar"
after You have to add the remote class of your bean, please take a look to chapter 20.6 of the ejb-specification to the project classpath. Simply put the remote class in a jar and add it in classpath of your project or add the .class file of your remote interface to the project.

then You can create a Java class like the follow.


 
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